Watch John Legere’s Uncarrier 9.0 teaser videos

UNcarrier 9 teaser
Uncarrier 9.0 will be announced tomorrow at 10am Pacific/1pm Eastern and we’re expecting the company to unveil something business-focussed. With under 24 hours to go, the carrier’s outspoken CEO, John Legere has taken to Twitter with some well-produced and short teaser videos.

T-Mobile announced earlier that it will be live-streaming the event, and a link will be available from its newsroom.

The question is, has John left any spoilers in his videos? Any hints as to what the company will announce tomorrow?

Thankfully we have less than 20 hours left before is revealed and T-Mobile can begin making a serious mark on 2015.

Source: Twitter
Via: TechnoBuffalo

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  • Christian

    I guess it’s big :)
    #excited

  • Frankwhitess

    I wonder if he is bring back discounts for corporations… Now that would be something interesting.. #can-i-get-discoints-like-my-fellow coworkers?-pleaseee

    • Joe

      Ya that would actually be great and so that not everyone gets it they could say that you need to have bin with them for the past year or two to qualify.

    • J.J.

      Probably true. they quietly took those discounts away(as in folks on different carriers did not know) and will now use it as a part of a uncarrier event. Plus it would make the ones who lost it happy and want to stay. Would be very Smart.

      • TK – Indy

        I don’t see them doing more that might lessen revenue, they are trying to bring ARPU up, not down. This will be designed to generate money, not use it.

    • dcon9999

      I still have my government discount :)

    • Don’t beasheep

      You know the discounts that the other carriers give you still make their plans more money vs T-Mobile plans right lol. Tmobile was the only company to discount all lines talk text and data so that wonderful 20% discount the other guys offer you is not what you think it is…don’t be a sheep..discounts are misleading and a marketing tactic and you still pay more than standard T-Mobile plans when you compare the exact same plan.

      • nutmac

        While you are not entirely wrong, AT&T and Verizon offer steep discount to larger organizations, often making them cheaper or on par with T-Mobile’s pricing.

        I work for one such organization and it’s only when I add 3 or more lines T-Mobile becomes cheaper (and not by a huge margin).

        Granted, T-Mobile offers a lot more for the money, such as Data Stash, Music Unlimited, and Simple Global. But flip side of the token is coverage. In most areas, AT&T and Verizon offer better coverage.

        • TylerCameron

          Since T-Mobile offers infinite data, they’re infinitely cheaper. To use 10GB/month on T-Mobile is drastically cheaper then to use 10GB on Verizon or AT&T. Within 5 years, I think most people will be using that much monthly. Verizon and AT&T aren’t likely to bring prices down.

  • Android_God

    Ya good luck getting businesses to take T-Mobile seriously.

    • The boss switched the whole company I work for from AT&T in January. He rarely changes anything but switched carriers and phones. We were stuck with BlackBerry until last year. I also doubt we’re alone in embracing T-Mobile Corporate.

      • Ordeith

        And now your co-workers can claim no coverage, dropped calls, and “I didn’t get that text” when asked why the work didn’t get done. :)

        • Logan C.

          T-Mobile, not Sprint.

  • Adrayven

    You know, I bet that had fun making those little clips, as silly as they are… lol

  • eAbyss

    “More magenta!”

  • GoGoJohn

    I believe it’s a nationwide switch on many towers to enhance coverage across the country. Maybe a nationwide band 12 switch will come into play?

    • Frankwhitess

      BINGO BINGO BINGO!!!!!!!!! I think you are very very Rite!!!!

      • Tanner

        A switch to band 2 nationwide could be it and band 12 where they have it. But the only have band 12 in about half the county.

  • TK – Indy

    Why is Legere the star in these? Is he trying to put the scantily-clad actresses out of work? Next time, do it sexy – that is a proven seller.

    • Irfan

      better he is performing , instead of whore Kim Kardasian

      • Austin

        To the majority of the population, they want someone like Kardashian.

      • TylerCameron

        Feel better now that you’ve called someone a whore? Because slut shaming is the in thing..

    • They should really bring back Carly Foulkes from the old T-Mobile commercials.

  • Jrunner

    I think at the end of the day, I’d still prefer them to focus on coverage issues rather than pricepoints or data or anything else at this point. I’m continuing to closely watch the map update, but at the end of the day, less concerned about where LTE is firing up even rather than hopefully filling in the “white areas” where no coverage is available. Because let’s face it, at the end of the day, I want to be able to make/receive a phone call, whether I break down somewhere, need to check in with family, or am on call. And seems sort of stupid to have to make that tradeoff by staying with t-mobile much longer if they aren’t showing signs of putting up new towers or signing more roaming agreements.

    • Logan C.

      Sure, but coverage takes a LOT of time, and you can’t make waves by saying yeah we’re going through permitting progress in X township and Y village and putting towers up in Z city but we still don’t have the spectrum rights

    • notpoliticalyet

      That’ true about coverage, however if they increase coverage
      that’s a better argument to raise their rates. Verizon and AT&T are more
      expensive for data and they do typically have a larger coverage area. You get
      what you pay for. Yes, T-Mobile is improving their network as they have to so
      they can compete but their rates and what you get in the plan are better than the
      competition. Their coverage is good enough in major metropolitan areas to make
      using them worthwhile. It would be nice to see coverage where there is
      absolutely none and better coverage where 2G is still being used. It appears
      they are slowing improving all around but the name of the game is show you have
      the latest devices and the best bang for the buck per month with the bottom
      line for the cost to the customer.

      • Jrunner

        I understand all that, but at the end of the day, my device is still a phone. And data is the be-all/end-all that everyone is concentrating on now. If I want to be able to update my facebook in a rural area with great coverage, I know that pretty much involves Verizon or sometimes AT&T. But again, being as it’s my phone, I’d like to be able to receive a phone call, and sometimes am far less concerned about data options in those situations. Whether that involves adding additional tower coverage or entering into a roaming agreement, it is something I would like as an option for as i wait patiently, or eventually I will likely switch to a different carrier that does offer it. At one time, there was additional roaming agreements and coverage between networks, but much of that has gone away as the “Big 2” bought many of the regionals up.

  • Thomas Schneider

    Why is it that every time a carrier is going to do something, they need to have a big event about it.

    • steve1026

      how else would people know about it?

  • taron19119

    Its has something to do with HTC

  • TylerCameron

    Hoping that T-Mobile will figure out that people want Motorola devices…

  • john johnson

    Small Business Plans.

  • Andrew Heisler

    They will announce that dish is going to try to buy them. And they will use the airwaves that dish bought.

    Or they will be the sponsor for nascar next year. As sprint is leaving them. And they will use the old t mobile girl to be the trophy life, the equivalent to miss sprint cup.

    OR the most likely they will announce business plans.

  • mrspike

    Is anyone able to find the link to the stream?